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This small, safe forest is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon with your kids. Trails, bridges, streams, and boulders make it a wonderland for children, and especially the little ones. It was a favorite spot for my kids when they were growing up.
Near our home, we often take a quiet walk on the trails offered here. Dogs need to be leashed. Several trails of varying length; none difficult. If you know the author, Elizabeth Yates, this area was where she and her husband lived. You can park...More
If you have an hour to devote to peace and quiet, this is a great stop. This small tract of woodland was given the state by noted author Elizabeth Yates McGreal. And it is a beautifully diverse forest containing some historical sites and a wild...More
I have visited this forest several times and I have to say it is one of my favorite places. Rarely, if ever, crowded, this place offers peace, quiet, tranquility. Sit and listen to the bubbling brook as dragonflies buzz around you. Hike up to the...More